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Lord Peter Wimsey

Murder Must Advertise by DOROTHY L. SAYERS : adapted in four parts by BILL CRAIG with
4 Victor Dean is killed on a staircase ... a mysterious stranger lies dead beneath a train ... a third person is to die before the whole story can be told.
Costumes BARBARA KRONJG Make-Up deanne TURNER Designer ANTONY THORPE Producer richard BEYNON Director RODNEY BENNETT
BBC One London

Lord Peter Wimsey

Murder Must Advertise by DOROTHY L. SAYERS
Adapted in four parts by BILL CRAIG with 1: A bright summer afternoon at Pym's Publicity ... spoilt when a young man falls to his death down the spiral staircase. But did he fall ... or was he ... ?
Film cameraman A. A. ENGLANDER Designer ANTONY THORPE
Producer Richard BEYNON Director RODNEY BENNETT A typical auntie: page 5
BBC One London

Lord Peter Wimsey

Murder Must Advertise by DOROTHY L. SAYERS
Adapted in four parts by BILL CRAIG with 3: The dead man's mistress is a drug-taker. Unlikely though the union, her supplier and close ' friend,' Tod Milligan, had insisted she should take up with the dead man. Drugs ... death ... and Pym's Publicity ... is there some connection?
Sound ALAN FOGG
Designer ANTONY THORPE Producer RICHARD BEYNON Director RODNEY BENNETT
BBC One London

Lord Peter Wimsey

Murder Must Advertise by DOROTHY L. SAYERS adapted in four parts by BILL CRAIG with Ian Carmichael as Lord Peter
2: Victor Dean was murdered ... says Death Bredon - alias Lord Peter Wimsey , now an ' employee' of Pym's Publicity. But why was he murdered? ... by whom? ... and who will be next?
Designer ANTONY THORPE Producer Richard BEYNON Director ROONEY BENNETT






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